The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 5
Re: hon, could you hand me the hippie toothpaste?
Posted By: heidi
In Response To: Re: mint and homeopathics (mlou)
I'll look for this, mlou. Thanks! Sometimes I get overwhelmed by the new varieties/brands of everything everytime everywhere, when I go to my whole foods shop. My eyes just glaze over, and I head for whatever "product" I got the last time that caused no trouble. If it ain't broke, I'd rather leave it unfixed and hunt/gather for the fun stuff in the produce section.
The info on the disaffection between homeopathics and mint & caffeine is interesting. I find mint tea soothing digestively but stimulating mentally -- the opposite to the effect of caffeine on me, but that might be a spurious comparison. When I took them, I was told to take my homeopathics first thing in the morning, absolutely away from anything else, so I never thought of possible antipathies. I think it's a good idea to let the body address them alone, simply because they are such precisely calibrated little brews.
If I had my absolute way about it, I'd prefer floss and a bark stick to toothpaste & brush, but I can't seem to find them anymore. You know, the ones that taste like birch beer. Has the FDA taken away my bark sticks due to sassafras content? :-P
sigh. time to hunt a bit farther.
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Sue -- Monday, 27 July 1998, at 11:36 p.m.
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